On Jan 15, after the ten-second ecstasy for the new apps on iPod Touch, the whole world fell into dark silence because Steve Jobs said the cost of these apps which had run on iPhone for half of year is 20 bucks. And even worse, 20 bucks is seemed to be a privilege to those countries where iTunes Music Store is open. Unfortunately, I am a Chinese and bought my iPod Touch in China Mainland, where Apple's products are assembled but Steve dismissed as a market. So far, there is no music store in China mainland or Hong Kong. I cannot buy digital musics, to say nothing of the 20 bucks for another part of 1.1.3. In Steve's mind, China is only a contry relying on the assemble lines. China is not a celestial land as a market. He is shamelessly wrong. I'm depressed by Steve Jobs' avarice and his lack of global view. He believes everyone using iPod Touch is doubtless iTunes Music Store's customer and have a bank card.... Now, I want to give Jobs 20 bucks, but how can I do that?